Help me, please, with the next question. There is a book "The rules of management".
Does the construction in the title says to us that in the book are all the rules of management (that I can't believe), or such a construction can also mean only some specific rules? I understand that within context in can mean something specific for the context, but here I see it in the title and it makes me confused.
Can "the + plural + of" or "the + singular + of" mean something specific rather that "everything at all/the only one" in situations like this?